11-15-2008 03:08 PM
Hello! I'm hoping you can help ... I am having some issues with my PureFi Anywhere 2.
Regardless of whether the unit is on battery or AC power, the audio is regularly cutting out. The unit appears to actually turn itself off, out of nowhere. Occasionally, it'll turn itself back on, too. This happens whether the unit is connected to an iPod or to auxiliary input.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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01-02-2009 01:28 PM
I have the same problem with my Anywhere 2 using the aux jack on the back of the unit. I seems to work better if my mp3 player's volume is turned ALL the way up, then I turn the speaker's volume down. I hope Logitech fixes this or does a recall. The unit should never shut itself off if it is plugged in.Even on power save (ie on battery), it should be able to detect activity, even low level sound.
01-04-2009 12:42 PM
To those who have hijacked this thread with products other than the Pure-Fi Anywhere 2 please post in a separate post.
Troubleshooting steps for the Pure-Fi Anywhere 2:
1. Reset the Pure-Fi Anywhere 2. There is a pinhole on the bottom of the unit. Press it for a couple of seconds while the unit is on.
2. Reset the iProduct
3. Change to a different wall outlet for charging issues, after resetting the Pure-Fi.
4. Try the Aux in jack for no sound issues, after resetting the Pure-Fi.
5. Reseat the battery in the remote, move closer to the Pure-Fi, make sure nothing is obstructing the infrared sensor, make sure the battery protector plastic tab is removed from the remote after resetting the Pure-Fi.
If these steps do not fix the issue, call Technical Support.